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t POST-GAZETTE: Wed., Oct. 9, 198.1 27 5 V2 years after his freedom bid, Polovchak becomes a U.S. citizen j WASHINGTON (AP) - Soviet-i born Walter Polovchak, who at age i 12 refused to return to his homeland, 1 severed all legal ties with Moscow yesterday as he took the oath of U.S. citizenship at a Capitol Hill ceremony. "I know a lot of people take their freedom for granted," Walter, now 18, told an audience of about 200 well-wishers. "I don't and I never will," he continued. "God bless America." His swearing-in culminated an unusual 5 Mi -year-long battle to stay in the United States despite his parents' decision to return to Ukraine in 1980 after a brief taste of American life in Chicago. At the ceremony, Polovchak di-"rected this message to his parents: "I wish you well and hope someday we can be together again. But it will have to be in the West because as long as I live, I'll never set foot in the Soviet Union." The ceremony and birthday reception for Polovchak, who turned 18 last week, were sponsored by Liberty Institute, a politically conservative group, along with several other organizations, including the Freedom Federation, a coalition of ethnic groups whose members have fled communist-dominated countries. Julian Kulas, his attorney, said that while Polovchak still resides in Chicago, he decided to hold oath-taking in Washington for several reasons. "And we thought it would be very apropos to do it here ... this being the nation's capital and Washington having been very helpful to us in these 5 years of Walter's strug gle," Kulas remarked. Kulas also said the groups organizing the celebration had supported Polovchak's refusal to accompany his parents back to the Soviet Ukraine and his subsequent legal wrangle. Polovchak's citizenship oath was administered by U.S. District Judge Charles P. Kocoras of Chicago. He flew to Washington to satisfy the legal requirement that a new citizen be sworn in by a judge from his home federal district. Polovchak's older sister, Natalie, who also stayed in the United States, held the Bible as he took the oath. She did not go through the court fight her brother touched off in 1980 because she was old enough to make her own legally binding decision on where she wanted to live. - . ' 1 J - ? ' " ic ' 1 ' r 1 W? 1' i Is -f. ' .'it 11 lliM!: ------- ' - Walter Polovchak holds his citizenship papers after tak . 1 ins: oath at Associated the Capitol. Press Marriage license applications ALTIERI-SUPPEAS, MIchMl J, 744 HeracM St.; Paul A., 744 HwsetwISt. ASHBAUGH-ARNOLD. Brian W. 815 Varmont Ay.. fihoda L, 815 Varmont Ava. BARONE-ANOERSON, Richard S., 7152 Sanaua Drive. Botox Park; kathryn O..WH. Maadow-crolt Ava. BORISLOW-STOEHR, David S., Durham, N.C.; Mary Laa, 2100 Luclna Ava. BRAWDY-TRAZIER. William W.. Box 102. Vanatla; Anna M 1704 Lincoln Ava. DAWKINS-MELVIN. Barnard. S15Chambani S1..Clalr1on; Klm-barty Jaan, 7-R Mlllvua Acraa, Clalrton. DETWILER-KRAUS, Bruca L. 7 1 5 Kawanna Ava.; Bonnia L, 7 15 Kawanna Ava. EARHART-KUEHN. Gary K., villa: Chrlatlna A., 257 Moauda Diva.. Monroavwa. CCEQ-QI ICCCMMirU I attai. ranca A., Spartanburg, S.b.; Mar garet. apananouro, s.u. HASSELL-HOlOs, Mar J 1013 Flndlay Orlva W , Dayna M., 622 Plnalroat Orlva. Monroavilla. KEA-KLEIN, Aria. 1113 Firlh Ava;, McKaaapon; Patricia J. 1 1 13 Fifth Ava.. McKaalDOrt. KUNKLE-BACCO, Randolph d., n.u. J, Laocnourg; ueiaa M. 228 Malison Ava. KWASNY-SAMUEL. Andraw J.. 2082 Widow Wood Drive, Ena; Sharon B , 202 N. Spruca Dnva, Glanshaw LESNAK-O'BRIEN. Danlal Thomaa, Merrlllvllta, Ind ; Elaina Margarat, 1048 Teal Drlva. UOCANTE-HERRON, William R., 20 12 Forbea Ava.; Oaborah A., 2012 Forbaa Ave. LONG-GILAROI, Lloyd 0.. 610 canter Ava.. Aapinwaii; April A., McGRATH-CAFFAri, Timothy J . 2029 Crafton Blvd.; Beatrlca N..7230 Princeton Place. McGREEVY-VENEZIA, Shawn v., vv. waionaim noao; Lynna t., 25 Elm Lane. McKINNEY-STEMM. William H., 117 Ehvood Ava.; Elizabeth, 114 Etwood Court. NEVISM-HART, Keith A.. 210 17th St.; Deborah L., 501 B, s. Magnolia Drive, Glemhaw. KnEDZWECK -GRAHAM. Har ry E. Jr., 2117 Lewis St., While Oak: Carta Jean, 5820 Smlthlietd St.. McKeeeoort. PLAYSO-ADAMSON, Victor S . 333 Lincoln Highway, East McKeeaport; Lora L 230 Law rence Ave., Nonn varsaiiiee. DrtUII I VDIICCkJCQ CruC I 101 Poplar St.; Arlene F., 101 Poplar St. CiDm ril.QUITU DnhaH I 502 Tlngley Ave.; Sandra J., 443 SASSANO-HREHA, John J., 13U5 wainut St.; Constance a., 990 Richard Road, North Hun tingdon. 4 19-D Franklin Ave.; Karla J.,2i & Trenton. SCULLY-FREDERICK, Gregg M., 2307 Alleb St., Allentown; Lea A..98 Gentler Road. SEWELL-BOYD. William, 533 Paulson Ave.; Lorraine, 3419 Webster Ave. SMITH-KERELITCH. Kenneth W., 1486 RydalSt.; Bonnia S..919 Wilton Way. STOCKER-MATROSKY. Jo- A Id A rhu.H Tur.. Carnegie; Jacqueline L, 528 Flynn Ave., Carnegie. TOKAREZYK-MclNTYRE, Michael P., 539 Wlllard Ave.; Col leen M 215 Railroad Ave.. Car. "RINNES-FOX. Edward A. Jr. 2404 Frltchle St.. Liberty: Linda L.. 24U4 r-rncnie at., LiDeny. TDIinA-lUUCII dwarll Mi Jr., Silver Spring Md.; Kathleen A., 1)9 uarnegie riace. Vranesevic-kundman Robert Jr.. 22 Maryland Ave. West Mifflin; Karen M., 788 Peairi Road, Elizabeth. WEAVER-ALBERTA. Kirk D 149 Patteraon Ave.. Carneaie: Diana S 300 Locust St., Fayette uiy. 800 Legal Notices WILLIAM Paul Pnl Attv.. The Maw. 4701 &nl tlst road, Pgti., Pa. 15227. nwH-i is nai-eoy given mar Articles of Incorporation ware filed with nrt mo. proved by the Department of State 6f the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at Harrlsburo, Pa., on the 29th day of August. 1985, for the purrose of obtaining a Certificate of Incorporation of a business corporation which was oreanlied under the Business Corporation Law of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, .approved May 5, 1933, P. L. 34, as emend ed. The name of the corporation Is KI-RIn, Inc. The purpose or purposes for which It was organized: The Corporation shall have unlimited power to engage In and to do any lawful business for which a corporation may be Incorporated under the Act. nti fnr these purposes to have. lwn tpiu vnuy all me rights, benefits and privileges of said Act of Assembly. 600 Legal Notices 800 Legal Notices 800 Legal Notices torney at Law, The Manor, 4701 Baptist Road, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15227. Notice Is hereby given pursuant to the provisions of Section 311 Of ACt 1V8Z-2V5 (54 Pa. 311), mat a certificate was lied In the office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at Harrlsburo. on the 29th day of August, 1985. for me con- ouct or a ousiness in kiiv-ohenv Countv. Pennsylvania. under the assumed or fictitious name, style or designation of Tobias, Randolph A. Associates, with Hs orlncl- pal place of business at 405 iriss Koao, Bernei Park, Pa. 15102. The names and addresses of all persons owning or Interested In fjiid business are: John J. Tobias. Jr., 4805 Crist Road, Bethel Park. Pa. 15102; Karen M. Tobias, 4105 triss Road, Bethel Park, Pa. 15102; Wayne E. Randolph, 1849 Glna Drive. W. Mifflin, Pa. 15122; Renee R. Randolph, 1849 Glna Drlva, W. Mifflin, Pa. 15122. Divorces granted BERCIK John H. from uonna u BLOUGH Keith 0. from Lowrle A. CIFRULAK Robert John from Cheryl Lynn. DAVIS Louise from James E. DRIPPS Jane Ann Irom Joseph M. jJ DuVALL Eileen Irom David G. EAGLE Clifton Irom Rose- m eJI'RMAN - Eileen from Kevin C. HARRISON Lawrence R. from Gloria A. McCOY Carol from John K. McSWIGGEN Cynthia from Pul . MOORE Arthur Q. from morklBIaS George J. from PatrlclaL. . NIEMETZ Mary E. from Alharl PIPPENS Bemtoe L from William L. III. ROBERTS Betty L. from David E. SAUTER Albert M. from FIlTBhAth J bULLIVAft JOSepn IW. irwn Anna C. SW ANSON Carol from Don- " THOMAS - Wallord from Zula M WALL Colette from William J WEATHERLY - Shirley from Edward. The Allegheny County Industrial Development Authority Board of Directors will conduct a Public Heerlng and Board Meeting on Wednesday, October 23, 1985. at 11:00 A.M.. in Commissioners' Conference Room 1 of the Allegheny County Court house. Grant Street. Pittsburgh, to review and act on the following projects: NEW PROJECTS DESCRIPTION PROJECT COST LOAN AMOUNT 800 Legal Notices PROJECTLOCATION Anthony M. and Joyce Set. vagglo, OwnerDeveloper tor Old Time Coffee, Inc.. 105 Olivia Street, McKeea Rocks. PA Retail Venture. Inc., andor aasigna, Thornhlll Industrial Park. Thomhill Drive, Warran-dale. PA 15086 100 Federal Street. Inc.. Developer for North Side Deposit Bank, 728 Center Avenue, West View, Pittsburgh, PA 15229 Paul H. and Betty J. Connelly. OwnerDeveloper for Con- acquisition of approximately 12.000 aq. ft. of land and a 5.000 aq. ft. builiding - renovate - distributor ol coffee and other hot beverages, acquisition of approximately 10 acres of land construction of an approximately 146,-000 aq. ft. addition to the distribution center construction ol an additional 35.000 aq. ft. of office space within the existing facility purchase and install material handling equipment and office furniture and equipment receivingdistribution of merchandise lor national chain ol stores, acquisition ol approximately V. acre ol land and a 2,400 sq. It. building renovate -branch office ol North Side Deposit Bank acquisition ol approximately 1.2 acraa ol land ana za.oou S 122.000 S 110.000 8.000.000 8.000.000 500.000 663.360 350.000 etructkm Tool Service inc.. sq. ft. building renovate lor 3500 Liberty Avenue, Pitta- wholesale distributor ol tools burgh, PA 15201 to primarily construction tradea. Double R Enterprises. Dlvi- acquisition and Installation of 3.771,500 3.471,500 ston of Rottan Corp., formal Ingalla Plant, Verona, PA 15147 Sandmar Associates. Invee-t or Developer, former Ingalla Plant, Verona. PA 15147 Robert Fryer & David Fryer, andor assigns. 613 Washington Avenue, Brldgevllle, PA 15017 new machinery and equip ment related to production systems lor the manufacture ol plastic containers, renovation ol a 160.000 sq. ft. plant acquisition of a railway - to be leased to multi-tenants for light Industrial use. renovation of property consisting of approximately Vt acre ol land and 2-story, 29,-840 sq. ft. building Into office apace. 975.000 800.000 975,000 Increase project cost Irom $261,500 to $310,000 Increase loan amount Irom $225,000 to $285,000 AMENDMENTS TO EXISTING PROJECTS PROJECTLOCATION DESCRIPTION Harold Garfinkel and Gary Reuben OwnerDeveloper lor H 8 H Distributors tdba Harry Survis 5101 Baum Boulevard Pittsburgh, PA 15224 The Authority requests your consideration by notifying them ol your Intent to present your views at the Hearing and further requests your assistance by delivering a written summary ol your intended comments and views on or before October 16, 1985. 800 Legal Notices Divorces filed ARGENTA Louis J. against Verne M. CALLOWAY - Temora C.F. against Steve A. Jones CURRAN Wayne C. against Denies A. FITZGIBBONS Wyatt against Dorothy A. HOFFMAN Randolph J. against Lisa E. JENNY Phyllis L against Ronald E. MALARKY John T. against Janet. RETTERATH - Lisa against Donald L. SALERA Betsy J. against Albert W. SCHONTZ - Sharon L. against Daniel R. WbBtH Helen K. against Albert S. WILLIAMS Lorraine against Glenn E. DAVID Max Baer, Attorney. 2330 Pittsburgh National Bldo., Pgh.. Pa. 15222. Notice Is hereby given by Lotech Industries Limited, a foreign corporation, formed under the laws of the State of Delaware, where Its principal office Is located at 1000 West Tenth Street, CHy of Wilmington, Delaware, that said corporation has applied to the Department of State of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, on the Thirteenth day of June. 1985, tor a Certificate of Authority to do business wffhln the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania under the provisions of the Business Corporation Law, approved May 5. 1933. P. L. 364, as amended. The character and nature of the business said corporation proposes to transact In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania un der the said Certificate of Authority Is: The purpose of me corporation is to engage In any lawful act or activity for which corporations may be organized under the General Corporation Law of Delaware. Soeclflc Purpose: The fabrication andor sale of support systems used In me mining Industry, and the related products and activities. The proposed regls- rerea orrice or tne saio corporation In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will be located at 1001B McKnlght Park Drive. Cfty of Poh., County of Alleghe ny. Lose a locket? Find it with PRESUMPTION OF DEATH John Charles Thompson, Jr.. Esquire, 722 Frlck Bldo., Pgh., Pa. 15219. In the Orphans' Court of Allegheny County, Pa. No. 4249 and 4268 of 1985. Petition for Adjudication of Death of Jeff Blake, a Missing Person. To Jeff Blake, Missing Person and Presumed Dece dent: Take notice tnat a hearing to establish the legal presumption of your death has been set for December 11, 1985 at 1:45 P.M., In the Orphans' Court of Allegheny County before the Honorable Judge Eunice Ross In Courtroom No. 2, 8th Floor, City -County Build ing, riTisourgn, re. iiv. You are therefore required, If llvlna: or anv other per son for you, to produce to the said Court at said time. satisfactory evidence of your continuation in lire, and unless satisfactory evl. dence Is furnished by you on or before the said date that you continue In life, a decree may oe errrereo oy the Orphans' Court of Allegheny County. Pa. In the above proceeding confirming absolutely your death, and ma Kegisrer or wins or ai leohnv Cnuntv mav be dl reefed to Issue letters of administration In your estate to the persons entitled thereto. Rita W. Kane, Clark or urpnans' (.ourr. 2 lines, 7 days in The Press, 6 days in the Post-Gazette. Fo items valued up to $150. No commercial, real estate or help wanted. Ads can be cancelled but no refunds given. Price must appear in ad. Call 263-1201 NOTICE OF ADOPTION HEARING m Re: Adoption of Troy Jason Spotts, No. 236 of 1985 In the Orphan's Court Division of the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny Countv. Pennsylvania. To the unknown father of Troy Jason sports, born on the 23rd day of February, 1979 at Kennedy Township, Allegheny Countv, Pennsylvania. A petition has been filed praying for leave to adopt Troy Jason Spotts and asking the Court to put an end to all rights you have to your child. Troy Jason Spotts. The Court has set a hearing to consider the adoption and ending of your rights to your child. That hearing will be held In Courtroom No. 1 on the eighth floor of the City-County Building, Grant Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on October 31, 1985 at 10:00 o'clock a.m. E.D.S.T. You are warned that even If you tall to ap pear at tne scneouiea near-Ing, the hearing will go on without vou and vour rlahts to the child may be ended Dy me court wimour your being present. You have the right to be represented at tne near no ov a awver you mould raKe m s oaoer to your lawyer at once. If vou do not nave a lawyer or cannot afford one, go to or telephone the office set forth below to find out where you can get legal neio. Lawyer Reterra service. Allegheny County Bar Asso- larion. vu i-iTv-uouniy Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. Maltti F. p. v ncl. ill. es quire, 612 Main Street, McKees Rocks, Pa. 15136, 4I2-I-3J4I. DWAVNE F. Cooole. At. wade, suite siu, Mamer Place One, Seattle, wa vem. nonce is nereoy given by Check Mart of Pemv svlvanla No. 1. Inc.. a foreign corporation, formed under the laws of the State of Washington, where Its principal office Is located at 1407 East Madison Street, Seattle, of King County, Washington, that said corporation has applied to the Department of State of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl vania, on me ztn oay or September, 1985, for a Certificate of Authority to do business within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania under the provisions of the Business Corporation Law, approved May 5, 1933, P. L. 364, as amended. The character and nature of the business said corporation proposes to transact In the t-ommonweaitn or rennsyi-vanla under the said Certifi cate of Authority Is: Check ranhlna huslness. The Dro- posed registered office of the said corporation In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will be located at 4563 Centre Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, County ox Aiiegneny. kin-rir-c I hrhu nlwn pursuant to the provisions Af lftfi 311 tj Art 19A2- 295 (54 Pa. C.S. 8311), That a certificate will be filed In the office of the Secretary At.- -jtmmnnujAalth nf Pennsylvania, at Harrlsburo, On or oeiore me cwwrini . .. -I rii-intr tORi tru ffle conduct of a 'business In iu-Ah-nu r-Aiintu Dnnwl. vanfa, under the' assumed or fictitious name, styie or designation or custom carve Carpets, with Its principal nlmrm nf hmlnesl at 1501 Reedsdale St., Pgh., pa Tha nama IM Jin. dresses of all persons owning or Interested In said business are: Brad McAuley, 1302 Nobles Lane, Pgh, Pa. 13. iu. PressPG want ads are a bargain-hunt NOTICE In the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. Notice is hereby alven to the following persons, their neirs, successors or assigns, and to all persons whatsoever, that the Cfty of Pittsburgh by John Regis Valaw, Tax Solicitor, 327 Cfty-Coun- Buiiaing nas petitioned e Court for Orders ao- provlno the private sales of the following tax acquired real estate, pursuant to Act No. 514, approved July 5, it, as emenocu: Purchase Price: $400.00 4741 IMarrf DI44cK.,rnh 1 lots 70 x 100 on Flora' St. Beings lots Nos. 21 and 22 in tne Revised speck Plan, as laid out by James McGrew In PBV 20, page 179. Block 115-A-195. CHv of Pfttsburoh vv Ida Reynolds. GJj. 1985-17041 Purchase price: J3O0.0O 9th Ward. Pittsburgh. Lot 20 x 55.33 on Penn Ave. Being part of Lot 34, In jonn i. Brown nan in pbv 3, page 205. Block 49-L-266. Cltv of Pittsburgh vs. Rose Feld. GJ3. 1985-17042 Purchase price: Jl.OOO.OO 10th Ward. Ptttsburah. A 2 Sty. fra. hse. on Rr. of Lot 20 x 100 Harrison St. Being Lot No. 27 in Plan of Lots laid out by Mrs. Mary Burgess In PBV 6, page 234. Block 119-S-228. CHv of Pittsburgh vs. Ed ward L. Smith, Frank Greenfield, Emanuel C. Harris, George H. Smith. John J. Thomas, Mary V. Harris. GD. 1985-17043 URBAN REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 29th Ward part of Lot No. 60 In the Charles Balllnoer Plan of Lots as recorded In the Recorder's Office of At- legheny County In Plan Book Volume 11 page 43, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the Westerly line of Reflec-torvllle Road at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 59 and 60 In said Plan; thence Westwardly along said di viding line, a distance ot 116.41 feet to a point; thence Northwardly, through said Lot No. 60, by a line parallel with the Easterly line of Fine Street, a distance of 25 feet to a point on the Northerly line of said Lot No. 60; thence Eastwardly, along said last mentioned line, a distance of 123.50 feet to a point on the Westerly line of Reflec-torvllle Road, aforesaid; thence Sourwardly along the Westerly line of said Road, a distance of 26.37 feet to the point at the place of beginning. Being designated as Block 61-H, Lot No. 384 In the 'Deed Registry Office of Allegheny County. 800 Legal Notices ft, CHv of Pah., vs. Allegheny Housing Rehabilitation Corp.. Hazel M. Weaver, Comm of Pa-Depts of Labor 4. Industry. Unemployment Compensation and Personal Income Tax, John Matta, watta Fence & Gates Co., Yvonne Rollins, M-F-G Corp, Dominic Mocloce Penn Equipment, B&M Beauty Supplies, Frank Bradford and Norman E. Williamson, Jr. aka Norman Edward Williamson, Jr. GD 85-17036 Purcnase price: sn.uuu.uu Warehouse Bldg. on a lot 75 x avg. 2073 x 87 rear Bennett Street. 8000-02 Bennett Street. Block 174-S-268. CHv of Poh. vs. Michael Flaherty, Bridget Flaherty, Nora Flaherty, Anna Flaherty, Beneficial Consumer Discount Company, Donald T. Casey and Julia Casey. Purchase price: jsu.uu 4th Ward. Pgh: 1 lot 21.434 x 100.01 Burrows St. Lot 1 In Oakland View Plan and 1 lot 21.43 x 100.01 Burrows St. lot sz in J P Bailey Plan of Oakland View. Both recorded In PBV 11, Page 178. Block 11-H, Lots 48 & 49. City of Pittsburgh vs. Adolf Hoechstetter or Adolph Hoechstetter or Adolf Hoechstetter, Arthur S. Unaj-kitaHa, UatrmAn Hoechstetter, Samuel Hoechstetter. Arthur Ronald Hoerhstetter. Maraaret C Lindsay, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania - Sales & Use Tax Division (Dept. of Revenue), E. William Rock, acy. Community Glass Ser vice. r.n is.17038 Purchase Price: $300.00 19th Ward, Pittsburgh. Lot 6.77 x 47.86 to a point FHch Way cor. Starkamp St. Portion of Lot 1465 In W. Liberty Improvement Company's Plan called Third Ward, Brookllne, recorded in PBV 22, pages 151 to 153 Inclusive, not taken In the proceeding opening of Star- f. ,-a r-A .I. CIO Ord. Book J65J, passeo 101826, Block Vl-U-lti. Cltv of Pittsburgh vs Martin D. Shoul, Tina R Shoul. r.rj. 198S.17039 Purchase price: sjuu.uu I'M.. DIMl..irnh I rA 25 x 100. 6409 Dean St! Be- no Lai No. 19 in me Re vised Plan of the Dean Park Plan of Lots In PBV 15, pages 76 and . biock lZ4-t-74. CHv of Pittsburgh vs. John r-rariK, jr. G.O. 1985-17040 Partly In the 29th Ward and the 32nd Ward of the CHy of Pittsburgh, County of Aiiegneny ena commonwealth of Pennsylvania, being Lot No. 59 In the Charles Bellinger Plan of Lots, recorded In the Recorder of Deeds Office of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, In Plan Book Volume 11, page 43. Belna designated as Block 61-H, Lot No. 385 In the Recorder of Deeds Office of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. Partly In tha 29th Ward and the 32nd Ward of the CHv of Pittsburgh, County of Allegheny and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, belna Lot Nos. 57 and 58 In the Charles Balllnger Plan of Lots, recorded In the Recorder of Deeds Office of Allegheny Countv, Pennsylvania, in Plan Book Volume 11, page 43. Be no designated as Block 61-H, Lot No. 386 in the Recorder of Deeds Office of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. 29th Ward. Being oart of Lots Nos. 53 and 54 in Charles Bellinger's Plan of .q 7 4891 FOR DOLL 11 Va' I aa Haii inhtau1 hattn ftaaV ttll A.jarYivnii wjiriirrth for linr IW teen doll. Use no-cost scraps. Printed Pattern 4891: Fits UVa" teen model dolls. t AA l amaz-h rHarr Add 50c for each pattern for posTage ana nanoimy. ocnu iu Anne Aaams, ir.TTuur vn rui-Gazette). 140, Pattern Dept., LAJaBi. llets C klaau Vrtrl Cl) ItCJI 1111 ' "I N.Y. 10011. Print Name, Ad- Crafts Now 7062 Sew a sweet little Indian doll for someone vou love. Pattern 7062: Includes pattern pieces, oerans to sew uqii anu ciumes. Send 43 00 for each Dartern. Add 50c for each pattern for postage and handling. Send to Alice Brooks, (Pittsburgh Post-Gajette), 271. Needlecraft Dept., Box 163, Old Chelsea S'BTion, new torn, n.c. iuvi4. Print Name. Address. IIP. Pat KTssrTcreTrT'Tarr Book Volume 11, page 43, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the Westerly line of Reflec-torvllle Road at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 54 and 55 In said plan; thence Southwardly, along said line of Reflectorvllle Road, a distance of 52.78 feet to a point on the dividing line between Lots Nos. 52 and 53 In said plan; thence Westwardly along said dividing line, a distance of 66.75 feet to a point; thence Nortnwaroiy rnrougn lots Nos. 53 and 54. by a line parallel with the Easterly line ot Fine street, a distance of 50 feet to a point on the dividing line between Lots Nos. 54 ana 55 in said plan aforesaid; thence Eastwardly along said last mentioned dividing line, a distance of 80.95 feet to the point at the place of beginning. Being oesignareo as biock 61-H, Lot 389 In the Deed Registry Office of Allegheny Courtly, Pennsylvania. 29th Ward. Being part of Lot No. 53 In Charles Bellinger's Plan of Lots as recorded In Plan Book Volume 11, page 43, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the Westerly line of Reflectorvllle Road at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 53 and 54 In said plan; thence Southwardly, along the Westerly Ine of said road. a distance of 26.39 feet to a point on the divldlna line between Lots Nos. 52 and 53 In said plan; thence westwardly alono said dl vldlng line, a distance of 66.75 feet to a point; thence Northwardlv rhrouah Lot No. tf. bv a ne oars e w tn the Easterly line of Fine street, a d stance of 25 feet to a point on the dlvldlnc line between Lots nos. 5. and 54 in said plan afore said: thence Eastwardly along said last mentioned dividing line, a distance of 75.84 feet to the point at the olace ot Deoinnino. Belna designated as Block 61-H, Lot 391 In the Deed Registry Office of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. 2vrh Ward. Belna part ol Lots No. 51 and 52 In Charles Ba I noer s Plan of Lots as recorded In Plan Book Volume-11. paoe 43. bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the Westerly line of Reflectorvllle Road at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 52 and 53 In said Plan; thence soumwaroiy along said line of Reflectorvllle Road, a distance of 54.89 feet to a point on the Northerly line of Goff Street; thence Westwardly along said line of Goff Street, a distance of 52.22 feet to a point; thence Northwardly through Lots Nos. 52 and 53, by a line parallel with the Easterly line of Fine street, a distance of 52.14 feet to i point on the dividing line between Lots Nos. 52 and 53 in said Plan aforesaid: thence Eastwardly along said last mentioned dividing line, a distance of 66.75 feet to the point at the place ol beamnino. Belna deslanated as Block 61-H, Lot No. 392 In the Deed Registry Office of Al legheny Lounry. 29th Ward. Being part of Lot No. 60 In the Charles Balllnger Plan or Lots as recorded in the Recorder's Of fice of Allegheny Countv In Plan Book Volume 11. oaae 800 Legal Notices 821 Bids & Proposals 43, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the Easterly line of Fine Street at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 59 and 60 in said Plan; thence Northwardly aiong the Easterly line of Fine Street, a distance of 25 feet to a point on the Northerly line of said Lot No. 60; thence Eastwardly along the Northerly line of Lot No. 60, a distance of 60 feet to a point; thence Southwardly, through said Lot No. 60, by a line parallel with the Easterly line of Fine Street, a distance of 25 feet to a point on the dividing line between Lots Nos. 59 and feet to a point on the dividing line between Lots Nos. 52 and 53 In said Plan aforesaid; thence Westwardly along said last mentioned dividing line, a distance of The Finance Department of the CHy of Pittsburgh Is soliciting Letters of Interest from Independent accounting firms for the examination and audit of Its financial to. t 4i rvtlnt t th i ctAtementv place of beginning. The scope of services will Being designated as Block Include the full range of 61-H, Cot 391 A In the Deed I services normally assigned Registry Office of Allegheny! to an Independent account- county. 60 in said Plan aforesaid thence Westwardly along said dividing line, a distance of 60 feet to the point at the place of beginning. Being designated as Block 61-H, Lot No. 384A In the Deed Registry Office of Allegheny County. 29th and 32nd Ward of the City of Pittsburgh. County of Allegheny ana Com- monwearm or Pennsylvania, being Lot No. 56 In the Charles Balllnger Plan of Lots as recorded In the Recorder of Deeds of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, In Plan Book Volume 11, page 4J. Belna deslanated as Block 61-H, Lot 388 In the Deed Registry Office of Allegheny county, Pennsylvania. Tvth Ward and oarrlv In the 32nd Ward, City of PfttsDurgn, countv or Allegheny and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, being part of Lot Nos. 54 and 55 In Charles Bellinger's Plan of Lots as recorded In Deed Book Volume 11, page 43. being bounded ad described as follows: Beginning at a point on the Easterly line of Fine Street at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 53 and 54 In said Plan; thence Northwardlv along said line of Fine Street, a distance of 50 feet to a point on the dividing line between Lots Nos. 55 and 56 In said Plan; thence Eastwardly along said dividing line, a distance of 60 feet to a point; thence Southwardly, through Lots Nos. 55 and 54 by a line parallel with the Easterly line of Fine Street, a distance of 50 feet to a point on the dividing line between Lots nos. 5J ana 54 in saia Plan aforesaid; thence Westwardly, along said last mentioned dividing line, a distance of 60 feet to the point at the place of beginning. Being designated as Block 61-H. Lot 389A In the Deed Registry Office of Allegheny county, Pennsylvania. 29th Ward and partly In the 32nd Ward, City ot Pittsburgh, Countv of Allegheny and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, being pari of Lot No. 53 In Charles Bellinger's Plan of Lots, recorded In Plan Book Volume 11, page 43. bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the Easterly line of Fine Street at the dividing line between Lots Nos. 52 and 53 In said Plan; thence Northwardly, along said line of Fine Street, a distance of 25 feet to a point on the dividing line between Lots Nos. 53 and 54 In said Plan; thence Eastwardly along said dividing line, a distance ot 60 feet to a point; Thence Southwardly, through Lot No. 53 by a line parallel with the Easterly line of Fine Street, a distance of 25 29th Ward and partly In the 32nd Ward, City of Pittsburgh, County of Allegheny and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, being part of Lots Nos. 51 and 52 In Charles Bellinger's Plan of Lots, recorded In Plan Book Volume 11, page 43, bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point at the Northeast corner of Fine Street and Goff Street; thence Northwardly along the Easterly line of Fine Street, a distance of 52.14 feet to a point on the dividing line between Lots Nos. 52 and 53 In said Plan; thence Eastwardly along said dividing line, a distance of 60 feet to a point; thence Southwardly, through Lots Nos. 51 and 52 by a line parallel with the Easterly line of Fine street, a dis- Ing firm when performing an examination and audH of financial statements. The se- ected f rm will be exoecreo to conduct the examination In accordance with tne provisions of the Single Audit Act of 1984. The CHy of Pittsburgh encourages responses from small firms, minority firms and firms who have not previously performed work for the CHy of Pittsburgh. Letters of Interest must be sent to Stephen A. Schlllo, Deputy Director of the Department of Finance, City Countv Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219, and received bv that Department not later than 4:00 p.m., October 16, 1985. LEGAL NOTICE CepHa! Improvement Window Blinds Bid specifications are f8?ie ' Jl',JZeJJ,,A i me"' Business Office" of the point on the Northerly "neic M( , ArM sctiool Dls-?' J50'!., s'r."'- Itrlct. located at RD 1, Mai- vvesTwara v, along sum rten Road. Coal Center. Pa. of Goff Street, e distance of 60 feet to the point at the place of beginning. Being designated as Block 61-H, Lot No. 392A In the Deed Registry Office of Allegheny county. Whereupon the Court granted a rule on the aforesaid persons, and all per sons, whatsoever, to appear and show cause within thirty days from this notice why the title of the City of Pittsburgh to the aforesaid real estate should not be adjudicated and decreed valid and inaereasiDie as aoalnst all mortgages. ground-rents, rights, title, Interest In or claims against the aforesaid real estate, ana To turtner snow cause why the sale of the said real estate should not be made free and clear of all the aforesaid claims whatsoever. EUGENE L. COON Sheriff 821 Bids & Proposals CITY OF PITTSBURGH DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE The Finance Department ot the Cltv of pittsDuron is soliciting Letters of Interest trom qualified firms to perform actuarial valuations and related services with regard to the various pension funds of the Cltv. The scope of services will Include the tun range of actuarial services normally as- slaned durlna such engagements. The selected firm will be expected to comply with the provisions of State Act 205 of 1984. The City of Pittsburgh encourages responses from small firms, minority firms and firms who have not previously performed work for the CHv of Pittsburgh. Letters of Interest must be sent to Stephen A. Schlllo, Deputy Director of the Department of Finance, Cltv Countv Building, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219, and received bv that Department not later than 4:00 p.m., October 16, 1985. 15423, telephone (412) 785- 2383. Sealed bids must be plain ly marked "Window Blinds ' and addressed to the Board Secretary, Business Office. RD 1, Maiden Road, Coal Center, Pa. 15423. All bids must be received bv 1:00 P.M. on Wednesday, November 6, 1985. Bids will be opened publicly at 1:15 P.M. on Wednesday, November 6, 1985 In the Business Office of the School District located at RD 1. Maiden Road, Coal Center, Pa. 15423. Each bid must be accompanied bv a certified or cashier check In the amount of ten (10) percent of the bid made payable to the California Area School District. The Board will make a motion at their regular meeting on November 20. 1985 to award or relecr bids. The Board reserves the right to relect any or all bids. DONNA BRIDGES, Board Secretary CITY OF PITTSBURGH DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE THE BOARD OF PUBLIC EDUCATION OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PITTSBURGH Sealed bids will be received In the Business Office, Room' 340 Admls-tratlon Building, 341 South Bellefleld Avenue until 11:00 - , nrallnn m. Thiira. day, October 10, 1985 and will be opened at the same hour for the purchase of the following equipment and supplies: c omputer Custodial Food Service Furniture Maintenance Pallet Truck Printing Schoolroom & Office Vocational-Technical Word-Processing Specifications, Bidding Blanks and General Information may be obtained at the Office of the Purchasing Agent, Room 303 Administration Building. The Board of Public Education reserves the right to relect any or all bids. DANIEL R. McCONACHIE. Purchasing Agent The puzzle corner Jumble UnacramNe these four Jumbles, one letter to ech square, to form four ordinary words. VYIMER mj n RALUR I I 1 I 1 L-: DIMPOU m n NABYRD nm i l 11 r? WW WfMi WHAT THE COUNTERFEITED WANTEP. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Wishing Well Crossword puzzle 4537486742385 GYIPOTYLONOAO 6783524536478 OEKOUEDRKUBAE 34 2 4876357236 FOVQ I SGOBAERO 7652348468372 NT I RAKTSOENTG 5378267654243 GOLA I AEPBTVOP 6843753273 465 ASRETRNET I ERE 8532672467534 YANUTEPAYRKGD HERE IS A PLEASANT LITTLE GAME that will give you a message every day. It's a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune Count the letters in your first name II the number of letters is 6 or more, subtract 4 If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result is your key number Start at the upper left-hand corner and check one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you 10-9 Jumble answers .ava.. 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